Four photos from my Straßenbahn series were selected by Mark Alice Durant for the Photographic Resource Center’s annual juried exhibition, Exposure. The exhibition opens with a reception on July 11 from 5:30 to 8:30pm at Lesley University’s Van der Noot Gallery in Cambridge, and will remain on view through August 11.
Presence of Being, an exhibition I had the privilege of curating opens Friday, June 7 at Laconia Gallery in Boston’s South End neighborhood and runs through July 13 with an artists’ talk taking place on Thursday, June 13 at 7pm .
This exhibition brings together the work of sixteen Boston-area women working in photographic portraiture of all varieties, including social and personal documentary, self-portraiture, and conceptual work. Artists in this exhibition include:
Laura Beth Reese
Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez
In late 2018 I was kindly asked to jury New England School of Photography’s 3rd annual juried show, the theme of which will be street photography. The cost to submit three images is $25 and selected winners will be included in an exhibition titled Stranger Than Fiction, which will take place from March 20 to April 26, 2019 at NESOP’s Garner Center for Photographic Exhibitions in Waltham, MA. Click HERE for more details.
I'm very excited to once again be showing in Boston City Hall among other local artists in the 2018 Fay Chandler Emerging Art Exhibition. Since 2015 the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture has organized this event to showcase work by up-and-coming local artists who are selected by a distinguished group of jurors. This year's jury includes Paul Ha (director, MIT List Visual Arts Center), Abigail Santinsky (curator, Tufts University), and Martina Tanga (curator, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum). The event is named in honor of Fay Chandler, a local artist, philanthropist, and champion of the arts.
The exhibition runs at the Scollay Square Gallery from August 6 through September 21. A reception takes place from 6 to 8pm on Wednesday, September 12.
Three Polaroids taken in my old neighborhoods of Cambridge and Somerville, Massachusetts will be included in an upcoming exhibition titled PLACE(HOLDER), curated by Greer Muldowney and taking place at the fantastic nonprofit, Gallery 263 in Cambridge. The exhibition runs from August 16 until September 12, 2018 with an opening reception taking place on Friday, August 24. Click HERE for more details.
This coming Tuesday, June 12, at the Washington Street Arts Center in Somerville, I will be the guest artist hosting the next Nights at the PRC, a monthly series organized by the Photographic Resource Center.
This event will be a street photography themed night where PRC members will be allowed to present their photographs, engage in conversation, and receive constructive and supportive feedback on their work.
My submission to Acuity Press and Photo District News's Street Photography 2016 is one of twenty that have entered the final round juried by Colin Westerbeck. A former curator at the Art Institute of Chicago, Westerbeck also co-authored the book Bystander: A History of Street Photography. As a finalist, my work will be published in Acuity Press's book, Street Photography 2016.
"Stare. It is the way to educate your eye, and more. Stare, pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long." -Walker Evans
A photo of mine will be included in a group exhibition inspired by the above quote by Walker Evans. Titled Stare and curated by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's Lane Curator of Photographs, Karen Haas, the exhibition will be on view in Boston City Hall's Scollay Square Gallery from May 18 to June 27, 2017 and will open with a reception on May 25 from 5 until 7pm.
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I'm excited to once again be a part of the annual Miami Street Photography Festival. As a finalist, my work will be on display at the HistoryMiami Museum from November 17 until January 15, 2017. The exhibition will also be highlighted during this year's Art Basel Miami show.
My work will be included among two exhibitions taking place in Boston this fall and winter.
The first, titled Defintiely Dorchester, is an exhibition of Dorchester-based artists curated by Stephanie Dvareckas of Boston Cyberarts and the MCCA. The show takes place at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from September 21 until January 19. A reception will be held on Tuesday, November 1st from 6 to 8pm.
The second show is this year's ART 100 at Piano Craft Gallery, organized and curated by Pares Mallis. As stated in the invitation, the ART 100 exhibition "encourages the display, sale, and collection of affordable art and supports an increased relationship between artists and collectors." This two-week exhibition opens with a reception on Friday, December 2nd from 6 to 9pm, and runs until December 16. All works on display will be priced at $100. For this show, I will be producing a batch of small prints. 75% of any sales of my work at this exhibition will be donated to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to aid in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Plans are underway for my first solo exhibtion, which will take place early next year at Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Works featured will be from the Central Square project as well as a number of recently made photographs from Boston. The exhibition runs from February 9 to March 9, 2017, and will be accompanied by an artist talk.
Two of my photographs will be included in this exhibition curated by Stephanie Dvareckas at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. The opening reception takes place on Thursday, February 12 from 6 to 8pm.
The amazing bookstore, Raven Used Books on Newbury Street in Boston, has given me the opportunity to have my work displayed in their store. Two 16x24 inch prints were hung up this morning, and will remain at the store indefinitely